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June 07, 2012, 05:31:52 PM
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One of the forums I run is hosted at bluehost.com, and experiencing significant slowdowns...  They said they noticed high CPU usage, but couldn't really provide me a solution.  Basically, I am maxing out their offerings.

So, I would like to look at moving hosts, and wanted some recommendations.  I don't much like the idea of manually managing things at the VPS-level, I'd rather just have a nice cpanel ready to go when I sign up.  But, it needs to have more oomph than what bluehost provides.
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June 07, 2012, 05:44:20 PM
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One of the forums I run is hosted at bluehost.com, and experiencing significant slowdowns...  They said they noticed high CPU usage, but couldn't really provide me a solution.  Basically, I am maxing out their offerings.

So, I would like to look at moving hosts, and wanted some recommendations.  I don't much like the idea of manually managing things at the VPS-level, I'd rather just have a nice cpanel ready to go when I sign up.  But, it needs to have more oomph than what bluehost provides.

How about suggesting your budget, BTC or USD, and someone would be better informed about what you can afford.

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June 07, 2012, 06:02:19 PM
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One of the forums I run is hosted at bluehost.com, and experiencing significant slowdowns...  They said they noticed high CPU usage, but couldn't really provide me a solution.  Basically, I am maxing out their offerings.

So, I would like to look at moving hosts, and wanted some recommendations.  I don't much like the idea of manually managing things at the VPS-level, I'd rather just have a nice cpanel ready to go when I sign up.  But, it needs to have more oomph than what bluehost provides.

How about suggesting your budget, BTC or USD, and someone would be better informed about what you can afford.
Hah, good point!

I'd like to stay under $10/month, willing to go up to $15/month max.  Willing to use BTC or USD, but I haven't been very impressed with the small-scale BTC operations around.
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June 07, 2012, 08:29:59 PM
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I run an active forum with lithiumhosting.com and I receive no complaints from support. They reply to tickets usually in less then 30 minutes, I've been using them as my host for almost a year now.
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June 07, 2012, 09:12:43 PM
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I run an active forum with lithiumhosting.com and I receive no complaints from support. They reply to tickets usually in less then 30 minutes, I've been using them as my host for almost a year now.
What forum software are you using, and how many posts do you have on it?
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June 08, 2012, 01:18:26 AM
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I run an active forum with lithiumhosting.com and I receive no complaints from support. They reply to tickets usually in less then 30 minutes, I've been using them as my host for almost a year now.
What forum software are you using, and how many posts do you have on it?
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~2000 Posts
~275 Threads
Using the $1/Month Service

Might not be as big as your forum, but you get the point.
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June 08, 2012, 05:00:04 AM
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I run an active forum with lithiumhosting.com and I receive no complaints from support. They reply to tickets usually in less then 30 minutes, I've been using them as my host for almost a year now.
What forum software are you using, and how many posts do you have on it?
MyBB

~2000 Posts
~275 Threads
Using the $1/Month Service

Might not be as big as your forum, but you get the point.
Ok, thanks for the suggestion!
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